Monday, December 19, 2011

Bryant Hybrid Heat

The Bryant HYRBID HEAT dual fuel System combines the strengths of two heating sources to deliver the warmth and efficiency needed to be comfortable during the heating season. This system also cools the home in the summer and can provide potential utility bill savings. The HYBRID SYSTEM dual fuel system is so efficient, the cost to heat with it is less than with any gas furnace alone —even a 100% AFUE furnace.
The HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system by Bryant combines the Plus 90i gas furnace with an Evolution® Series heat pump to provide superior comfort during both heat pump and furnace operation. A heat pump works as an air conditioner in hot weather, but can also reverse the process and heat the home when cold weather arrives. This powerful combination can deliver heated air temperatures that are warmer than most traditional heat pumps, so air from the vents feels warmer to the touch. Because a heat pump also provides cool, indoor comfort when it’s hot outside, a Bryant HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system becomes the total, year-round indoor comfort solution.
The HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system by Bryant is an excellent investment for long-term peace of mind, comfort, and protection against unpredictable fuel cost increase because it provides the flexibility to react to changing energy costs. The HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system delivers exceptional performance by automatically switching to the most economical heating source depending on outdoor conditions. Simply set the desired comfort level, and let the HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system by Bryant do the rest.
Your Bryant dealer has access to many tools to help provide your family with the comfort they need and expect. Bryant’s Hybrid Heat Operating Cost Calculator can help you save on heating costs by calculating the exact operating levels for the most cost and energy efficient use. The Operating Cost Calculator allows your Bryant dealer to enter information about fuel prices and geography, then determine how much you could save on your utility bills with a HYBRID HEAT dual system compared to a gas furnace and air conditioner system.

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